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CONNECTIONS: A tale of two 19th-century Berkshire women

One had a solid impact on Berkshire County and her generation. While the other, although more famous, may have had no impact on the county at all. You decide.

Bits & Bytes: Isadora Duncan dance workshop; ‘Berkshire Voices’; Berkshire Stonewall potluck; Berkshire Theatre Awards

Berkshire Voices, led by playwright Michael Brady, was created by and for Berkshire-based playwrights to provide key support and resources for writers at every stage of their careers

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘Men on Boats’ at Sand Lake Center a beautiful, physical exploration of stagecraft

In a show about discovering what isn't known, the company opens our minds in many, many ways.

Brian Drumm, 75, of Stephentown, N.Y., formerly of Lee and Lenox Dale

Prior to his retirement, Brian worked for 40 years as an operating engineer at Lane Construction Company, where he never missed a day of work and had an impeccable safety record.

SUSTAINABLE BERKSHIRES: The Berry Patch and Wyomanock Farm ‘Celebrate Stephentown’

The Berry Patch is an amazing farm. The owners are innovators. The farm is the leader in pesticide-free berry production in the nation.

Bits & Bytes: Celebrate Stephentown; dancing fairy workshop; ‘Look & See’ film screening; ‘Art Collectors; An Inquisitive Gene’; Hay Day Fair

In celebration of Herman Melville, who saw fairies dancing on the side of Mount Greylock and wrote about them in his short story “The Piazza,” families participating in the workshop will create fanciful 16-inch-high wireform figures.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Looking Ahead to Middle School’; BHS benefit pancake breakfast; ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ auditions

After weeks of specialized care in multiple hospitals, Hermanski is making improvements and recently regained the abilities to move her limbs, breathe on her own again and speak.

Bits & Bytes: Celebrate Stephentown; Stockbridge Summer Arts & Crafts Show; ‘What We Were;’ Drew to give history talk

'What We Were' tells the story of a pair of siblings who must learn to let go of their former selves in order to navigate their current situations.

Bits & Bytes: Renewable energy fair; ‘The Government Inspector;’ Will Evans, Whiskey Treaty Roadshow at the Colonial; Fairview’s Monster Dash; Mill Pond School open...

The Children’s Study Home will celebrate the opening of its Berkshire campus, located at the site of the former Eagleton School, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 29.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.